Is this possible? In our last email Newsletter, we had links to "Agenda," "Financials," and "March Minutes." The first two worked fine. But I found that when I clicked on "March Minutes," up came the "Agenda" instead.
Now, that would seem to be an error by the person who produced the Newsletter. BUT, it appears no one else complained of this, and two people said they definitely saw the Minutes when they clicked on that link. (My presumption is few people clicked on the link at all so we don't have a good picture of total errors.)
Was I the only one of some 400 Newsletters sent that had an error on a link? Is that possible?? What the heck?
I have an earthlink email address and sometimes that causes problems but I don't see how that is in play here. What do you think happened??
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Thank you. It seems to have worked! I clicked on "March Minutes" again in that past newsletter and I got the Minutes!! Thank you so much.
That is good to hear! I hope you have a good rest of your weekend.
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